It happens to see accepted answers that don't get any upvote. I am struggling understanding the meaning of this. According to Help Center, accepting an answer
simply means that the author received an answer that worked for them personally
while voting up an answer means that it is
helpful and well-researched.
Given this semantics, it seems clear to me that an accepted answer should deserve at least one upvote from the asker who accepted the answer. So, why does the acceptance of an answer not imply automatically one upvote from the asker? An autmoatic upvote from the asker accepting an answer seems to me absolutely coherent with the meaning of upvote and accepted answer.
I am aware of technical reasons that explain the existence of accepted answers without upvotes, for instance the fact that the asker should have at least 15 reputation to upvote, or that there is a limit of upvotes per day, but I think it is easy to overcome these technicalities. For instance, the automatic upvote from the asker accepting an answer might not be counted for the upvote limit or might not require 15 reputation, or might be valid if the asker has at least 15 reputation (and their upvote could be enabled the day after if they already reached the upvote limit).
This question is related to that one, even though I don't think it is a duplicate.